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Opportunities Presented by Cannabis Legalization

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 12 months, you’ve likely found yourself in the middle of the debate...

E-Commerce is Reshaping Foodservice

According to a recent survey by The NPD Group, 82 per cent of Canadians have made an online purchase in the past...

Exploring the Changing Habits of Canadian Lunch Consumers

For most Canadians, lunch is predictable. When you think about it, we’re creatures of habit when it comes to lunch — many...

Why The Breakfast Daypart is Still a Key Growth Driver

We’ve all heard the adage that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But when life gets hectic, it’s often the most...

Why On-the-go Breakfast Items are Driving Sales For the Daypart

It’s been commonly touted as the most important meal of the day; the one meal you simply can’t afford to miss. However, with the...

Home-meal Replacement Is on the Rise

Volume 48, Number 4 Written By: Carol Neshevich Imagine this increasingly common scenario: Sally is on her way home from work; she stops at the grocery...

From the Desk of Robert Carter: Vision 2020

What will the quick-service restaurant landscape look like in 2020? Many influences will shape the way restaurants in Canada evolve over the next seven...

CRIS Highlights Competition Strategies in Challenged Market

TORONTO — Competition is creating new challenges in today’s restaurant industry, as owners fight for their share of traffic and react to emerging segments, reported experts at the fifth-annual Canadian Restaurant Investment Summit (CRIS), held yesterday at the Eaton Chelsea hotel in Toronto.

NPD Conference Offers Insight into Canadian Eating Patterns and HMR

TORONTO — Canadian eating patterns and home-meal replacement (HMR) was the talk of the morning yesterday at the Sheraton Toronto Airport conference centre, where...

NPD’s Healthtrack Survey Reveals Eating Habits of Canadians

TORONTO — As a country with a vast landscape and geography, it’s not surprising that the eating habits of Canadians vary from coast to...